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Be quiet! Dark Rock Pro 4 CPU Air Cooler for $74.90 AC + Free Shipping

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be quiet! Dark Rock Pro 4 CPU Air Cooler, 250W TDP, Convenient Top Mounting, 6-Pole Fan Motor, FDB Bearing, 6 Heatpipes, Silent Wings135mm PWM Fan

$74.90 w/ code: NENBQ5

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Nice, same price I got the Noctua equivalent for. TU
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Not terrible, but thermalright heatsinks are of much higher quality at the same price point or less.
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Not terrible, but thermalright heatsinks are of much higher quality at the same price point or less.
Which model? are they just as quiet?
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Not terrible, but thermalright heatsinks are of much higher quality at the same price point or less.
Been happy with my true spirit power
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Don't tell me to be quiet!
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I scooped one up. I think it's a good deal for a cooler that just released last month. Overkill for me at the moment but I'll use it to push to or beyond 4.5ghz on my 3570k.
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Not terrible, but thermalright heatsinks are of much higher quality at the same price point or less.
How are they "of much better quality?"
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nvm this perform worst then previous model.
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How are they "of much better quality?"
Because typing on a keyboard is easy
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nvm this perform worst then previous model.
From what I've seen on benchmarks it's on par or up to 3 degrees behind dark rock pro 3. Due to the fans spinning at a lower rpm.

That helped the DRP4 get considerable lower noise levels during operation compared to the DRP3.

I wouldn't say it's worse.
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From what I've seen on benchmarks it's on par or up to 3 degrees behind dark rock pro 3. Due to the fans spinning at a lower rpm.

That helped the DRP4 get considerable lower noise levels during operation compared to the DRP3.

I wouldn't say it's worse.
You can always adjust the fan curve to be more aggressive if you want to sacrifice noise for performance.

Also, with coolers this big the bottleneck of performance is usually in transferring heat from the CPU itself and rarely does it have to do with the fans or hearsink as long as copper piping is adequate.

This is why the biggest performance boost is seen if you use liquid metal instead of paste.
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Error Sorry, the promo code NENBQ5 you've entered is invalid.
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Which model? are they just as quiet?
Macho le grande if you can fit it.
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